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==Log into Teams==
 
==Log into Teams==
 
More information is available in the [[Where is Teams?]] page.
 
More information is available in the [[Where is Teams?]] page.
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==Click upon '''Teams'''==
 
==Click upon '''Teams'''==
 
[[File:Teams icon.png|frame|center]]
 
[[File:Teams icon.png|frame|center]]
Now that you've logged into Teams, you will need to click the '''Teams''' menu button along the left hand side of the tool (not to be confused with the software named Teams). Your various class Teams sites will appear here in squares labelled with the course code.
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Now that you've logged into Teams, you will need to click the '''Teams''' menu button along the left-hand side of the tool (not to be confused with the software named Teams). Your various class Teams sites will appear here in squares labelled with the course code.
  
 
==Click on the Team==
 
==Click on the Team==
 
[[File:Click on the team.png|frame|center]]
 
[[File:Click on the team.png|frame|center]]
Click on the Team that you want to create breakout rooms for.  
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Click on the Team that you want to create Group Channels for.  
  
==Add Breakout Room Channels==
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==Add Channels==
 
[[File:Add channels.png|frame|center]]
 
[[File:Add channels.png|frame|center]]
# Click on the '''ellipsis (...)''' beside the name of the Team on the left hand side of your screen.
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# Click on the '''ellipsis (...)''' beside the name of the Team on the left-hand side of your screen.
# From the drop down menu select '''Add Channel'''
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# From the drop-down menu select '''Add Channel'''
  
 
===Name the Channels===
 
===Name the Channels===
[[File:Name the channels.png|frame|center]]
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[[File:Teams Addchannel dialoguebox.jpg|frame|center]]
Enter the channel name (for this example we'll call it Breakout Room 1) and make sure the Privacy setting is set to Standard, then select '''Add'''.
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Enter the channel (Group) name.  Noting that there is a privacy box at the bottom.  More information on the privacy setting can be found here: [[Teams_Standard_and_Private_Channels_(Groups)|Teams Standard and Private Channels (Groups)]].
  
 
===Repeat this process to add additional Channels===
 
===Repeat this process to add additional Channels===
 
[[File:Repeat this process for adding channels.png|frame|center]]
 
[[File:Repeat this process for adding channels.png|frame|center]]
Repeat the above 2 steps for as many breakout rooms as you need. You will notice as you add breakout room channels they appear on the left hand side of your Teams site under the '''General Channel'''. Once you have created the number of breakout room channels that you desire you are ready to use them in a Teams call.
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Repeat the above 2 steps for as many breakout rooms as you need. You will notice as you add channels they appear on the left hand side of your Teams site under the '''General Channel'''. Once you have created the number of channels that you desire you are ready to use them in a Teams call.
  
==Using Breakout Room Channels in a Teams call==
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==Channel options==
[[File:Using breakout room channels in a call.png|frame|center]]
 
When you are in a Teams call that you want to use your breakout rooms for, follow these steps:
 
* Orally assign students to each of the breakout rooms
 
* Tell students not to leave the main call that you are currently in but instead join the breakout room call which will automatically put the main call '''On Hold''' (see above image)
 
  
===Starting a Meeting in the Breakout Room===
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===Starting an Unscheduled Meeting in a Channel===
 
[[File:Start a meeting in a breakout room.png|frame|center]]
 
[[File:Start a meeting in a breakout room.png|frame|center]]
* For both students and instructors to join breakout room calls click on the breakout room channel in your Team, the first person that arrives in the breakout room channel will have to start the call by selecting '''Meet''' in the top right hand corner of the channel.
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* For both students and instructors to join group channel calls click on the breakout room channel in your Team, the first person that arrives in the breakout room channel will have to start the call by expanding the ```Meet``` button and selecting '''Meet Now''' in the top right-hand corner of the channel.
  
===Joining a Meeting in the Breakout Room===
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===Joining a Meeting in a Channel===
 
[[File:Join a breakout room.png|frame|center]]
 
[[File:Join a breakout room.png|frame|center]]
 
* Others that follow will be able to select the purple '''Join''' button in the '''Chat''' section of the breakout room channel.   
 
* Others that follow will be able to select the purple '''Join''' button in the '''Chat''' section of the breakout room channel.   
  
===Rejoining Everyone in the Main Call===
 
[[File:Select the leave button.png|frame|center]]
 
[[File:Click on resume.png|frame|center]]
 
* When it is time for students to come back to the main call the instructor can write in the chat for each of the breakout rooms letting them know that time is up (alternatively, you could give students a set time to meet back in the main call). Students should '''Leave''' this call in the breakout room (red hang up button) and re-join the main call by clicking on the call window and selecting '''Resume''' at the top of the screen. 
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:35, 27 August 2021


Log into Teams

More information is available in the Where is Teams? page.

Click upon Teams

Teams icon.png

Now that you've logged into Teams, you will need to click the Teams menu button along the left-hand side of the tool (not to be confused with the software named Teams). Your various class Teams sites will appear here in squares labelled with the course code.

Click on the Team

Click on the team.png

Click on the Team that you want to create Group Channels for.

Add Channels

Add channels.png
  1. Click on the ellipsis (...) beside the name of the Team on the left-hand side of your screen.
  2. From the drop-down menu select Add Channel

Name the Channels

Teams Addchannel dialoguebox.jpg

Enter the channel (Group) name. Noting that there is a privacy box at the bottom. More information on the privacy setting can be found here: Teams Standard and Private Channels (Groups).

Repeat this process to add additional Channels

Repeat this process for adding channels.png

Repeat the above 2 steps for as many breakout rooms as you need. You will notice as you add channels they appear on the left hand side of your Teams site under the General Channel. Once you have created the number of channels that you desire you are ready to use them in a Teams call.

Channel options

Starting an Unscheduled Meeting in a Channel

Start a meeting in a breakout room.png
  • For both students and instructors to join group channel calls click on the breakout room channel in your Team, the first person that arrives in the breakout room channel will have to start the call by expanding the ```Meet``` button and selecting Meet Now in the top right-hand corner of the channel.

Joining a Meeting in a Channel

Join a breakout room.png
  • Others that follow will be able to select the purple Join button in the Chat section of the breakout room channel.


More questions about Teams?